핑크 타일 무대의 화장실? 지상 2미터 높이의 현관문? Hilarious snaps prove that some people’s design decisions make ZERO sense!
We all fancied ourselves as a bit of a DIY guru during at least one of the lockdowns, didn’t we?
잘, even if this wasn’t you – these snaps show some people most certainly did – and it backfired with bizarre design ideas that do not make any sense.
My Health Gazette shared these ridiculous snaps from all over the world that show the weirdest home designs, from having a toilet on a pink tiled stage, or a toilet with no door, to stairs that lead to nowhere…
Or even a toilet in the shower? A toilet with roll that dispenses from the lid? Or a toilet right in view of your neighbours?
But it doesn’t stop there – one homeowner put a second front door right on top of the one you walk into – two metres above the other.
Here are the weirdest design choices that beg the question, what on earth are they thinking?
As kitchen decor goes, this takes the cake… and it will definitely wake you up in the morning!
This staircase can definitely be classified as a ‘centrepiece’… a very hairy way of decorating the steps in your house
Neighbours will be in for a fright when they look out the window each day, with this toilet stupidly placed right by a window, with no blind in sight
Putting on a performance? Is there any need for this toilet stage, which is also entirely covered from floor to ceiling in pink tiles
This homeowner decided they wanted a second door… but placed it on top of the other, about two metres above ground level
The bathroom is somewhere you definitely need your privacy, but this is a bit excessive…
Stairway to heaven: Not quite sure who gave this design the go-ahead, but imagine navigating yourself to get to the toilet, this toilet, in the middle of the night?
Blue cheese, 누군가? These flooring tiles look scarily edible, which might be intentional… 또는
New house often offers logistical challenges, and fitting all the important appliances can be tricky. One way to solve it is this, by leaving the fridge as it is, lifted above the ground
This homeowner clearly wanted to get creative with the shelving unit and it’s placement by the door – and it’s certainly unique
Aesthetics over safety is obvious in this one, where the homeowners decided the quilted design was more importantly placed in the kitchen than the living room, where it would be much less of a fire hazard
This diner-esque bath is certainly eyecatching, especially with the red, white and black steps
This takes using natural, earthy materials for everyday tasks to a new level… how can someone go to the toilet sat on the rocks?
Another slightly bizarre theme choice for the toilet, complete with purple frills that line the toilet seat and a purple shark sat above you as you do your business
Design fail: usually a grand entrance like this will welcome guests with the gorgeous staircase in front of them, but clearly there was a miscommunication as now only one door works
There are stupid staircases, and dangerous staircases like this one – anyone living in this house wouldn’t want to stumble up or down these in the middle of the night
Another great toilet location choice, but this time, the shower placement allows the homeowner to kill two birds with one stone
아니, it’s not an accident, a tree has not fallen into this house – the wooden beam was placed there on purpose